Double bill tribute at Winspear

A classic tribute concert series is set to take the stage at the Charlie White Theatre next weekend

Barracuda takes the stage Nov. 9 at the Charlie White Theatre.

SIDNEY — A classic tribute concert series is set to take the stage at the Charlie White Theatre next weekend.

On Saturday, Nov. 9 Barracuda, a Heart tribute band, and LegZZ, a ZZ Top tribute band, are set to take the stage at 7:30 p.m.

LegZZ, a polished tribute band with an incredible stage show, appeals  to audiences of all ages.

With their authentic long beards and their perfectly performed music vocals and moves, LegZZ delivers a memorable 90-minute show which encompasses the entire ZZ Top hit catalogue.

Barracuda hail from Vancouver and perform the music of Heart with style, presence and a true passion for the songs.

The group is led by Donna Caruk, a four-octave vocal powerhouse and dedicated Ann Wilson purest.

She is supported by Rachael Chatoor who is of remarkable resemblance to the beautiful and charismatic Nancy Wilson and four professionally seasoned musicians.

The set list covers Heart from the beginnings as a recording act into their biggest successes and just about everything in between.

Tickets to the double-bill show are $35 and are available through the Mary Winspear box office by calling 250-656-0275 or online at

— With files from the Mary Winspear Centre



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